The OQI has the potential to be the first truly multilateral effort to anticipate the coming of age of quantum computing. As a neutral multi-stakeholder platform, the OQI ambition to accelerate an effective governance approach to ensure quantum computing is leveraged to advance applications tackling humanity’s greatest challenges.
Since 2021, the OQI has been curating a diplomatic dialogue on quantum computing, with permanent representations in Geneva, with inputs from UN international organisations, the private sector and academia. As a first step, the OQI is working on the basis for a common understanding of multilateral governance themes most relevant to quantum computing. The outcome of this work is synthetized in our Intelligence Report.
You can play a role in the journey of quantum computing for the SDGs by contributing to our next governance report.
OQI Partners are institutions (such as quantum computing providers, education providers, leading expert organizations from private or public sector, or institutions represented in the OQI Advisory Committee) recognized as a credible participant in the scientific and/or diplomatic community.
OQI Members are institutions such as NGOs, IGOs, countries, or organizations with leading expertise in quantum computing, application domains, specific use case areas, SDGs, impact, diplomacy, governance and other related fields from the public, private and philanthropic sector) recognized as a credible participant in the scientific and/or diplomatic community.
OQI Friends are individuals (such as experts from the private or public sector, countries, citizens) who are committed to open science, inclusivity and all values as set out in OQI’s charter and associate themselves with the OQI.
Friends represent the OQI to their communities, abiding to OQI values.
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